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John Fourcade

John Fourcade, live from Miami,  joins The Salesman and Lindsey Hall on The Pregame Show and talks about the Saints, the Super Bowl, the city of New Orleans, and much more. Click the link below to listen.

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Sarah Thomas

Sarah Thomas

College referee Sarah Thomas joins Daniel Self on Friday Night Scores. Sarah Thomas made history at the Little Caesars Pizza Bowl in December, becoming the first woman to officiate a bowl game when she worked the matchup between Ohio and Marshall.

Click the link below to hear the interview.

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Jan
08

Alabama defeats Texas

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alabamaFirst, the Alabama defense knocked Colt McCoy out of the game. Later, it saved a national championship.

Hanging onto a precarious three-point lead and with momentum on the other side, linebacker Eryk Anders was determined not to let the Citi BCS National Championship Game slip away.

Read the ESPN article here.

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Jan
03

Johnie Cooks Joins The Pregame Show

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Johnie Cooks

Johnie Cooks

College and pro football great Johnie Cooks joins Lindsey Hall and The Salesman on The Pregame Show. A 6’4″, 251 lb linebacker from Mississippi State University, Cooks played in ten NFL seasons from 1982-1991 for the Colts, New York Giants, and Cleveland Browns. He was a member of the Giants when they defeated the Buffalo Bills 20-19 in Super Bowl XXV. Cooks was inducted into the Mississippi Sports Hall of Fame in 2004. Click the link below to listen to the interview.

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Dec
12

Friday Night Scores December 11th

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fnslogoListen to Friday Night Scores with Daniel Self and The Wizard. Special guest host, Replay Man, joins the crew. Friday Night Scores can be heard every Friday night at 6p on The Big 10! Click the link below to hear the show.

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Dec
07

Final MPSS Football Rankings

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footballlogoThe RANKINGS/TOP 15
Here are the final Mississippi Prep Sports Source Classification rankings for 2009.  An overall Top 25 will be released next week. The Mississippi Prep Sports Source rankings are produced each week by Austin Bishop and Bobby Gray. Bishop has been covering high school sports in Mississippi since 1975, while Gray is a longtime follower of prep football in North Mississippi. The ranking service is received by more than 30 media outlets and is in its second year.

MHSAA 6A
1. South Panola (14-1)
2. Madison Central (13-1)
3. Oak Grove (11-3)  
4. Meridian (11-2)   
5. Ocean Springs (11-3)
6 Clinton (11-2)              
7. Olive Branch (10-3)
8. Southaven (9-3)
9. Brandon (7-3)
10. Natchez (9-4)
11. Harrison Central (9-3)                                 
12. Hattiesburg (6-6)                             
13. Petal (7-5)
14. Hancock (5-6)
15. George County (7-5)                                 

MHSAA 5A
1. West Point (14-1)
2. Wayne County (11-4)                                         
3. Moss Point (11-3)                                    
4. West Jones (11-1)
5. Picayune (8-4)                
6. New Hope (11-2)                                   
7. Pearl (9-4)   
8 Ridgeland (10-3)                                                         
9. Callaway (8-4)        
10. Oxford (6-6)       
11. Stone County (6-5)
12. Forest Hill (5-6)
13. Brookhaven (5-6)                                                    
 14. Gautier (7-5)      
15. Hernando (6-6) 
                     
MHSAA 4A
1. St. Stanislaus (14-1)
2. Lafayette County (14-2)
3. Itawamba AHS (13-1)
4. Noxubee County (12-2)  
5. Shannon (11-2)    
6. Greene County (10-4)                                      
7. Forrest County AHS (10-3)     
8. Lawrence County (9-4)                   
9. Magee (9-3)     
10. West Lauderdale (9-3)
11. Louisville (8-5)   
12. Cleveland (8-5)   
13. Senatobia (9-3)        
14. North Pike (8-5)       
15. Pontotoc (8-3)  

MHSAA 3A
1. Tylertown (14-0)
2. Morton (13-1)
3. Forest (10-2)
4. Aberdeen (12-3)         
5. Booneville (13-1)     
8. Perry Central (12-1)      
7. Charleston (13-1)     
8. Franklin County (10-4)                               
9. Philadelphia (11-2)                                           
10. Nettleton (9-4)        
11. Belmont (9-4)                         
12. Velma Jackson (9-3)
13. Collins (7-6)        
14. Cleveland East Side (8-4)
15. Seminary (7-6)    

MHSAA 2A
1. Bassfield (13-2)
2. Ackerman (15-1)
3. West Bolivar (14-1)
4. Taylorsville (11-3)
5. Eupora (10-2)     
6. Puckett (11-2)                                       
7. Hollandale-Simmons (10-2)      
8. Loyd Star (10-2)        
9. North Forrest (10-3)       
10. Baldwyn (7-6)    
11. East Webster (7-7)                                           
12. Lumberton (8-4)    
13. East Marion (7-6)                                                  
14. Scott Central (10-2)
15. Mize (8-5)         

MHSAA 1A
1. Mount Olive (10-5)
2. Durant (14-2)
3. Nanih Waiya (11-2)   
4. Sebastopol (11-3)                                        
5. Weir (10-3)   
6. Vardaman (9-4)
7. Coffeeville (8-5)                                 
8. Smithville (10-1)    
9. Okolona (9-4)   
10. Shaw (6-4)    
11. Greenville St. Joseph (6-5)        
12. French Camp (7-4)        
13. Bogue Chitto (5-7)                                            
14. Ray Brooks (4-6)
15. South Leake (6-6)        

MAIS
1. Jackson Academy (12-1)   
2. Jackson Prep (10-3)    
3. Washington School (10-2)                                  
4. Brookhaven (15-0)
5. Lamar School (12-2)
6. Simpson Academy (11-2)                            
7. Pillow Academy (9-3)      
8. Trinity Episcopal (12-3)                   
9. Magnolia Heights (6-4)
10. River Oaks (La.) (11-2)     
11. DeSoto School (13-1)
12. Centreville (9-4)        
13. Marshall (10-2)        
14. Parklane (7-4)
15. MRA (6-5)

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Dec
01

Egg Bowl Impressions

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Rep Greg Snowden

Rep Greg Snowden

The cowbell ban is silly.  If anyone were really serious about enforcement, cowbell toting fans, easy enough to identify personally in the stands from any telecast, would be fined, or simply banned from future games.  That won’t be done, nor should it be, because the rule itself is ridiculous, as the SECs inaction tacitly acknowledges.  The bells are loud, for sure, but not as much as the annoying piped-in scoreboard noise so prevalent at todays big time college stadiums, including MSUs.  Change the rules to penalize the home team five yards whenever something artificial, whether Dolby or bovine in origin, interferes with the visiting team’s signals, then you would have a meaningful, self-enforcing rule.  Otherwise, just let the fans bring their bells and enjoy themselves.  If you got ‘em, ring ‘em, I say.

 Read the rest of the story at Greg Snowden’s blog in the Clarion Ledger by clicking here.

Rep Greg Snowden’s web site here.

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Nov
24

Conversation with John Fourcade

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John Fourcade

John Fourcade

John Fourcade joins The Salesman, Lindsey Hall and Bill Smith live from The Grove in Oxford Mississippi on Football Saturday and talks about Ole Miss, LSU, The Saints, the NFL, and much more. Fourcade is a former professional American football quarterback in the National Football League for the New Orleans Saints. Fourcade was the most valuable player of the 1982 Senior Bowl after passing for 115 yards and running for 33 yards and two touchdowns. He had gained 6,713 yards at Ole Miss from 1978-1981, breaking the career record of Archie Manning. Click the link below to hear the interview.

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Nov
09

Football and Dixie

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Rep Greg Snowden

Rep Greg Snowden

Dixie is back in the news in Oxford.  Similar controversies in the past have been handled within the Ole Miss family after simmering in public a bit.  That’s what will happen this time too, I suspect.

 

 

Read Greg Snowden’s blog in the Clarion Ledger here.

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football logoOak Grove  28 Meridian  21

NE Lauderdale  31 South Jones  20

Lamar  48 Hillcrest Academy  0

Laurel  9 Quitman  6

Clarkdale  35 Heidelberg  12

Philadelphia  33 SE Lauderdale  0

West Lauderdale  16 NE Jones  14

Russell Christian  18 Park Place  6

Union  34 Pelahatchie  13

Mize  41 Enterprise  13

Calvary Christian  60 Mt. Salus  28

Newton County  16 Florence  7

Scott Central  27 Pisgah  12

Newton  40 Lake  14

Kemper County  28 Choctaw Central  19

Louisville  46 Kosciusko  22

Wayne County  41 McComb   0

Nanih Waiya  25 Weir  18

Sylva-Bay Academy  48 Wayne Academy  0

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